Posted by DrJohn on 31 December, 2020 at 10:42 am. 5 comments already!

 

The Buffalo Bills have a good season. At the moment they are 12-3 and that leads to post season play.

King Andrew wants to go.

As you know, fans have largely been prohibited from attending NFL games this year. New York has not allowed fans into the NFL stands this year.



But King Andrew wants to go

Gov. Andrew Cuomo floated the idea of opening up Buffalo’s Bills Stadium to a limited number of fans — if the upstate New York team makes it to the NFL playoffs this year.

The governor — an admitted Bills fan — said that decision depends on COVID-19 infection and hospital rates around that time.

“If we’re in the playoffs, if the infection rate is under control and the capacity rate is under control and we come up with a smart, science-based way to do it, I would be all in favor,” Cuomo said at a press conference Friday.

Yep, the guy who rounds up Jews who dare hold religious services and shuts down everything wants to open Bills stadium.

Because King Andrew wants to go.

“I want to participate in the Bills game,” Cuomo said in a conference call. “I’ve joined them in the past — by the way it was a great game (Saturday) — it was incredible. It means really amazing. Energy, optimism and self-confidence, how they play ( I almost feel (Saturday). Josh Allen was incredible. “

New York considers the option because King Andrew wants to go

Albany, N.Y. — New York officials are considering a plan pitched by the Buffalo Bills to allow 6,700 fans at the team’s upcoming home playoff game, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said today.

Fans would be tested for Covid-19 before the game and masks would be required. Anyone not wearing a mask will be removed from the stadium.

Contact tracing would take place after the game to determine if and how the game spread the coronavirus, Cuomo said.

So 6700 fans will be allowed to attend the game because King Andrew wants to go:

After mentioning the possibility of it last week, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday that the Buffalo Bill will get to have more than 6,700 fans in attendance for their first home playoff game in nearly a quarter-century.

The game will serve as a proof-of-concept for New York’s plans to reopen segments of the economy. Fans attending the game must test negative for the coronavirus before they will be allowed entry into Bills Stadium.

Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula remotely joined Cuomo and state officials for the announcement.

“The entire Bills organization misses the energy of our fans at our games,” Terry Pegula said. “We know they’re there, but we want them here – if you know what I mean – at the game. And even though they’ll prepare in limited numbers, we will feel and definitely soak in their support at this game.”

2800 New York businesses have closed (one third restaurants) and indoor dining is suspended as winter arrives but fans will be allowed into Bills stadium for the playoffs.

Because King Andrew wants to go.

It’s good to be King.

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